Derby Mercury, May 2, 1855 (Document)
VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY.
TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION.
By Mr. WHITE,
ALL, that substantial MESSUAGE, situate in Shirley aforesaid, consisting of house-place, parlour, kitchen, cellar, and, four bed-rooms, with brewhouse, piggeries. gig-house, stabling for three horses, cow-houses for ten cows, barn and two bays, garden. orchard, and small croft adjoining. containing about 1A. 1R. OP.
LOT 2.— A CLOSE of exceedingly rich MEADOW LAND. called the Goslings. adjoining to the said Dwelling house and premises, containing 3A. 1R. 27P.
LOT 3. A CLOSE of MEADOW or PASTURE LAND in Shirley aforesaid, called the Moors, containing 4A 2R. 13P.
The Messuage is now used as a Beer-house, for which it is well adapted, having every necessary convenience. The whole are in the possession of Mr. Rix, the owner, who will show the same.
To treat for the purchase, or for further particulars, apply to him, or Mr. TOMLINSON, Solicitor, Ashborne.
Two-thirds of the purchase money may remain on security if required. Ashborne,
24th April. 1855.
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